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Poor Louis Williams, he was just attempting to sit down on the 76ers bench during Wednesday's win against the Cleveland Cavaliers, when star Andre Iguodala decided to pull a prank on him.
Before Williams sat down, Andre flipped the seat on the chair up which caused Williams to fall flat on his butt:
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The Philadelphia 76ers head coach, Doug Collins, shouted some colorful language and had to be restrained after his Sixers beat the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night.
Look, I’m just as lost as the rest of the world on who Collins is cursing at in this clip. If I had to guess, I’d say the officials, as the game was seemingly going Indiana’s way the entire night.
The 76ers would...
The old pull out the seat from under someone prank will never get old, and Andre Iguodala proved that on Wednesday night. During the Sixers’ 103-87 win over the Cavslast night, Philadelphia forward Andre Iguodala pulled a chair away from guard Lou Williams who was about to sit down. Instead he took a little tumble.
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